This easy vegan apple pie yogurt parfait is the perfect single serve dessert you can whip up in just 5 minutes! All you need is four simple ingredients to create this delicious and filling parfait.

I partnered with E.D SMITH to create this recipe, and by doing so it makes this recipe even simpler because you can use their delicious Apple Pie Filling to layer between the yogurt!

apple pie yogurt parfait in two glasses on a marble board

Ingredients you’ll need to make this easy vegan apple pie yogurt parfait

  • Vegan Yogurt. You can use a vegan greek yogurt or regular yogurt of choice. I like using vanilla for this just for some added sweetness. You can use natural if you prefer and sweeten with maple syrup or sweetener of your choice!
  • E.D SMITH Apple Pie Filling. This is the star of the recipe, and what gives the parfait a cozy, pie flavour. The E.D SMITH apples are not too sweet, and have the perfect texture of apples you would find in a pie. It elevates this parfait by making it taste so delicious, and also helps save time since you can add the apple straight from the can!
  • Walnuts. This is optional, but you can add some crushed walnuts to the top of your yogurt parfait for an added crunch.
  • Crushed Graham Crackers. This is also optional, but I find it really ties in the pie flavour to this parfait! Since it’s a no-bake recipe, and some no-bake pie recipes involve crushed graham crackers for the crust, I felt this was the perfect addition! You can use any type of crushed cookie/cracker of your choice for this!
overhead shot of apple pie yogurt parfait showing crushed graham crackers and walnuts on top

Tips on making this apple pie yogurt parfait

  • When adding your first layer of yogurt, tap the glass lightly on the counter. This will help make the yogurt levelled and even so that you can place your apple slices on top.
  • Place the apples from the apple pie filling into a separate bowl before adding into your yogurt parfait. This will make it easier to place your apples into the glass, and also make sure you are not pouring too much of the goeyness (which is what makes pies so delicious) into the yogurt parfait.
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apple pie yogurt parfait in the sunlight on a marble tray

How to store this parfait

Since this is a recipe that should be made fresh to enjoy immediately, I would not recommend storing this for longer than a few hours in the fridge.

Craving more no-bake recipes?

  • You’ll love my vegan no bake berry oat cups! They have a delicious blend of oats, berries, and chocolate. What’s not to love?
  • If you’re craving something decadent but still healthy, and no bake of course, my healthy no bake peanut butter truffles are for you! They have a perfect blend of peanut butter and chocolate, and are a perfect snack to stash in your freezer.
  • My chocolate banana bark is the perfect mix of a delicious chocolate no bake snack, but also has a sneaky bit of protein in it! It’s so simple to make and tastes incredible!

apple pie yogurt parfait in two glasses on a marble board

Easy Vegan Apple Pie Yogurt Parfait

Riri’s Recipes
This easy vegan apple pie yogurt parfait is the perfect single serve dessert! All you need is four simple ingredients and just five minutes to create this delicious and filling parfait.
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 0 minutes
Total Time 5 minutes
Course Dessert, Snack
Cuisine American
Servings 1 serving


  • 7 tsp vegan vanilla yogurt t tsp for bottom layer and 3 tsp for top layer
  • 2/3 cup E.D.SMITH Apple Pie Filling, split between 2 layers
  • Crushed walnuts, to top
  • Crushed graham crackers, to top


  • In a small glass, add in 4 teaspoons of vegan yogurt and spread out evenly.
  • Layer on E.D.SMITH Apple Pie Filling on top of your yogurt.
  • Top the pie filling with 3 teaspoons of yogurt, using a spoon to spread out the yogurt.
  • Add remaining pie filling to the top of the glass.
  • Optionally sprinkle with crushed walnuts and graham crackers and enjoy!
Keyword no-bake recipes, single serve dessert, vegan dessert recipes

**Disclosure: This post is sponsored by E.D SMITH Foods. As always, all opinions are my own.**

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